Formsets make life easier when it comes to dealing with multiple forms of the same type on the same page. In this episode we will show you how to set them up, and the basics of how to save that data to the database. It is not much different from dealing with single forms.
Model forms really helps to show the power behind Django. When all it takes is to define a model and then attach the model object to a form object and poof you have a form, I call that winning. In this video we will go over using your models you already have to create forms to save you time, heartache, and code.
Forms are generally annoying to deal with. Fortunately Django offers some great ways to work with forms to make your life easier. In this our second part on forms we walk you through Class Based Forms in Django on our way to understanding the breadth of what you can do with forms in Django.
Forms are generally a pain to deal with when doing sites. This is the first video in a series to help make forms in django easier to do and understand. We start with doing raw forms and not using any of the django helpers so we can understand what the helpers are doing in the future.
Getting our data out to others is very important with a world full of data. RSS is one of the best ways to do this, still. We go over how to create an RSS feed for your content as we continue to build out our demo blog. It is so simple it should be illegal, check it out.
Heroku makes life easier for those web developers that just want to deploy our code and it work. In this screencast we walk you through creating a heroku app, deploying your actual code, and running south migrations. This will make development and deployment easier for everyone.
South Migrations are becoming the de-facto standard for those that need to use migrations in Django. They are also very useful as well. This video is an introduction to using south migrations in your projects whether starting a new application or adding it to an existing one.
With CoffeeScript becoming more and more popular it is time to start using it. This video is about how to get CoffeeScript added to your project so you can start developing with it.
VirtualEnv is a great tool to allow you to create multiple distinct environments to prevent versioning issues of your dependencies, or to even use different versions of python by default for that environment. This screen cast walks you through the very basics of getting it going, and a bit of how it works.